$18.00 – $144.00
This Autococker was given to Dave “Youngblood” DeHaan by Bud Orr in April of 1994 as one of the Ironmen’s 1994 sponsorship paintguns.
During this time Youngblood was shooting a Sniper 3 pump with an L stock and soon after moved to an different Carter Machine Autococker. There are no photos of Youngblood playing with this 1994 Ironmen Autococker.
Eventually this Autococker was left at Carter Machine where it was cut up. The side were milled, mostly eliminating the “Youngblood” and “Bud Orr Ironmen” engraving. Once reassembled it was either was sold. So although this is an Autococker engraved for and given to Youngblood, this was note a paintgun Youngblood used.
Later the second owner, who purchased it from Carter Machine, sold it to Paul Schreck and Paul traded it to me. I restored it to how I believe it would have been played with in the 1990s with Jimbo/Full Blown grips, an Air America Unireg, and the matched Nickel plated bottomline, which I found in a bin at Earon Carter’s shop in 2012.
Prints of this 1994 Youngblood Ironmen Autococker are available in the following dimensions on Epson Premium Luster Paper.
Total Dimensions – 24×14 inches
Printed dimensions – 22×12 inches
Limited to 100 prints of each side.
Total Dimensions – 36×21 inches
Printed dimensions – 34×19 inches
Limited to 60 prints of each side.
Total Dimensions – 43×24 inches
Printed dimensions – 41×22 inches
Limited to 25 prints of each side.
These are printed using a 7900 Epson printer and are signed and numbered on back.
These prints will ship priority mail in a tube. Questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE – THIS ITEM IS FOR THE PRINT ONLY – THE 1994 Ironmen Autococker IS NOT FOR SALE
|Dimensions||26 × 4 × 4 in|
|Side of Marker||
Both Sides, left, right
24×14, 36×21, 43×24